Project goal: Collaborate with your team to create engaging and error-free content of your choice for our publication by the due date.
Rubric for text-based content
Rubric for graphics
Including photographs, digitally created graphics, and drawings.
This page serves as a general guideline for completing a variety of creative tasks in our class.
Students will be working alone or in small groups to create content for our publication. Regardless of the content you are creating, you can refer to this page for general direction. There is also a general rubric to help guide you. Specific instructions and rubrics for your specific tasks will be provided by the instructor.
Regardless of the content you are creating, you first need to plan before you create. If you are writing a story, you have to plan by brainstorming, creating an outline, a list, or some other type of file to organize your ideas.
If you are creating a graphic, you should sketch it out first before your start creating it digitally.
If you are creating a story based on an interview or poll, you should first plan your questions.
If you're not sure what to do in this pre-production stage of your task, ask the teacher!
As the title suggests, this is where you produce your content.
If you are writing a story, write! If you are creating a graphic, open your software and create! If you are taking pictures, grab a camera!
If you have planned well, this stage will go smoothly and be a lot of fun!
In this stage, you take your content and prepare it for publication.
If you wrote something, proofread!
If you took some pictures, you will need to get them off the camera and onto a computer!
If you created a graphic using software, you will need to export it to a standard format!
If you drew or painted something, you will need to scan it!
The teacher can help you with all of the above processes, so don't worry.
The final step will be to submit your work on Google Classroom or via a Google form.
Your done! Congratulations!